yes something similar, this one: http://blog.tynemouthsoftware.co.uk/2015/10/which-pets-support-which-pet-microsd.html (the one installed outside horizontally) it's brand new I just received it, I guess the problem comes from the cbm 8032 board I'm thinking to a PIA line dead or broken mc3446 I have some spares 6520/6522 I've ordered some 3446 I have a petSD+ but I dont have the cable adapter to connect it not working with basic 4 commands same result with basic 2 commands On 03/10/2016 23:15, Ethan Dicks wrote: > On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 4:18 PM, didier derny <email@example.com> wrote: >> Hi >> >> I connected a pet microsd to my 8032 mother board > This model? > > http://blog.tynemouthsoftware.co.uk/2015/06/pet-microsd-commodore-pet-sd-card-disk-drive.html > >> DIRECTORY >> ready. >> >> dload "WEDGE" >> >> searching for 0:WEDGE >> file not found >> >> print ds;ds$ >> >> gives: >> ds = 10 >> ds$ = empty string > Have you tried > > LOAD"$",8 > > or typing in a 1-2 line BASIC program and > > SAVE"MYPROG",8 > > I have a similar product, a PETdisk - http://www.bitfixer.com/bf/petdisk > > It does not work with DIRECTORY but it does work with LOAD"$",8 (with > the firmware I have, which might be one rev old, I have to check > that). > > I haven't tracked down bus-transaction-by-bus-transaction precisely > how DIRECTORY is implemented in the BASIC 4.0 ROMs, but ISTR in the > DOS Wedge, the code does _not_ do the exact equivalent of a 'LOAD > "$",8' but rather does an 'OPEN"$",8' and reads the bytes and does a > small amount of formatting/trimming of the raw stream before printing > the results. If someone who _does_ know exactly how it works could > comment, I'd love to hear the difference. I've also skimmed over the > code for the 1541 drive and I think LOAD"$",8 and OPEN"$",8 do similar > but not exactly the same things. > > Not sure about reading DS/DS$. That's also going to be > emulator-specific and I don't have the same product as you, even if > the DIRECTORY/LOAD"$",8 problem could be similar. > > -ethan > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-10-04 08:00:02
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